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    Paul Duval. Ken Danby. Toronto, 1976. Second edition. Inscribed by Canadian artist Ken Danby to actor and director John Cassavetes. Very good in worn and chipped dust jacket.

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    Toronto/Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, 1976.


    Second edition. Quarto. Inscribed by Ken Danby to actor and director John Cassavetes on the title page. 192 pages. Profusely illustrated with the works of Ken Danby.


    Original mustard cloth with titles stamped in gilt on the spine. Pages lightly browned at the edges. Dust jacket toned with small tears and chips at the spine ends and edges. Very good condition.


    The noted realist's inscription reads: "To John Cassavetes -/ with my warm admiration/ and best wishes./ Ken Danby".

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    March, 2009
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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